Despite calls that they are dangerous for blind and partially-sighted people, York is to extend its 12-month trial of electric scooters. E-vehicle provider, TIER Mobility… Read More »More e-scooters to be introduced in York despite safety concerns from disability organisations
‘Fears for our safety are spiking’: Hundreds take to the streets of Manchester for End Spiking Now protest
By our Manchester correspondent Shanine Bruder Hundreds of people, including Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, gathered at St Peter’s Square in Manchester, to support the nationwide… Read More »‘Fears for our safety are spiking’: Hundreds take to the streets of Manchester for End Spiking Now protest
This article was written prior to the island re-entering lockdown early in March 2021. By Noah Bovenizer After a circuit breaker lockdown in January, schools… Read More »Isle of Man schools return as island’s COVID free status means social-distancing is lifted
By Immy Share Three Leeds-born friends have launched a new project designed to empower and inspire young people to find and explore their passions. FindYours… Read More »Friendship trio launch FindYours project in Leeds to help youngsters find their path
By Charlotte Lascelles Embed from Getty Images Students have expressed their frustration after the University of Leeds suffered a power cut this morning. While not… Read More »Students react: University of Leeds suffers power outage
By Jorgie McHale-Ramsell
UNPAID INTERNSHIPS have been compared to modern slavery in a debate in the House of Lords this morning.
Lord Mitchell told the chamber: “Unpaid interns are slaves – it’s our duty to stop it.”Read More »Unpaid internships branded slave labour as Lords debate a ban
Escape rooms could help Leeds students improve problem-solving skills and combat stress during exam season
By Barbara Klonowska
MANAGERS OF escape rooms in Leeds agree that playing the physical adventure games can boost brainpower and reduce stress for students caused by exams and dissertation deadlines. Read More »Escape rooms could help Leeds students improve problem-solving skills and combat stress during exam season
By Rajdeep Jheeta LEEDS STUDENTS speak out about the problems within the Sikh community by discussing the issues they deal with day-to-day. The Leeds… Read More »Leeds students connect to talk about mental health and wellbeing at Sikhing Positivity Workshop
By Jack Edwards
FOR STUDENTS on a budget, the Christmas period is a difficult time of year to survive, however it is not impossible.Read More »Is it possible to survive Christmas on a student budget?
By Jack Goodman
MORE THAN three quarters of noise complaints in Headingley are caused by loud music and parties.
A study found that in the LS6 area – a well known hotspot for student accommodation – approximately 83% of the complaints were classified as either ‘party’ or ‘music’ between January and September.Read More »Headaches in Headingley as student parties cause noise nuisance